Architectural Buildings in France

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Notre Dame Cathedral

Who can get away from the gargoyles and the gothic feel! Beautiful inside and spell binding outside.
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Arc de Triomphe

It is located at the western end of the Champs-Élysées, so it even comes with an amazing view upon the world-famous shopping street
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Sacred Heart Basilica of Montmartre (Sacre-Coeur)

11. Wander through Sacre Coeur in Montmartre… Sacre Coeur is in Montmartre, a neighborhood known for it’s filming of Amelie. This cute, hilly, and artsy neighborhood is close to the metro station Abesses. There is also the cool staircase that is the famous photo opt there next to the funicular.
2 Reviews

Grand Palais

These two grand palaces now turned museums are located right outside the Champs elysee subway station. I sat on the stairs of Grand Palais which was closed due to ongoing renovation and kept staring at the beautiful Petit palais architecture.
1 Reviews

Gare du Nord

If you happen to enter Paris by rail from another International destination( for me it was Amsterdam), then you are most likely to reach Gare Du Nord station. At the very first sight it could seem very intimidating, owing to the fact that it is one of the six large terminus stations and offers connections with several urban transportation lines, including Paris Metro, RER and buses. Well don’t worry you are not alone, there are hoards of tourists haggling over the map to figure their way out. The first thing do is to go to the tourist information counter and let them know your destination and they would very clearly guide you through the maze of the station and help you board the correct transport. And it is advisable to always keep the map handy.
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Place Kleber

This is the largest square of Strasbourg, situated right in the center of the city and its commercial area. The square has numerous attractions like the Aubette Palace and the statue of Kleber, after whom the square has been named. Apart from the history of the Place Kleber, due to which it has been named a UNESCO World Heritage Site, numerous luxury and other brands also have shops here.
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Pantheon

They changed it from being a church into a mausoleum for war heroes. “Twice since then it has reverted to being a church, only to become again a temple to the great intellectuals of France.”I also read that Rodin’s Thinker was housed here for a short period of time.I found it really weird that there was a huge pendulum present in the mausoleum. I didn’t know what it was and nobody there could tell me, so when I came home I had to google it. Turns out, a physicist (named Léon Foucault) wanted to demonstrate the rotation of the Earth with the help of an experiment with a pendulum (later named after him), which is actually 67 meters tall!There are a number of renown people buried in the mausoleum. Actually, the writing on the facade of the building actually means “To the great men, the grateful homeland”. We could saw Victor Hugo’s, Émile Zola‘s, Louis Braille‘s, Jean Monnet‘s, Marie Curie‘s and Alexandre Dumas‘s graves (among many other notable personas).
1 Reviews

Cathedrale Notre Dame de Strasbourg

La Cathédrale right in the center of the city: emblematic of Strasbourg, the Cathédrale is an unmissable landmark! If you're the athletic type, walk up its 300 stairs and enjoy a great view on the whole city!
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